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Bridges of St. Marys
  
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1900-1909
  
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  • Victoria Bridge, ca. 1905
    Image       Victoria Bridge, St. Marys.
    Image     Victoria Bridge, St. Marys.
  • St. Marys from the Water Tower
    Image       St. Marys from the Water Tower Copyright, Canada, 1909 by R.W. Gray
    Image     St. Marys from the Water Tower Copyright, Canada, 1909 by R.W. Gray
  • Grand Trunk Railway Bridge
    Imagecomment       "G.T.R. Bridge, at St. Marys, Ont."
    Imagecomment     "G.T.R. Bridge, at St. Marys, Ont."
  • Thames River Bend
    Image       This photograph shows the view from the Sarnia Bridge looking north along the Thames River, the large bend is the focus of the image.
    Image     This photograph shows the view from the Sarnia Bridge looking north along the Thames River, the large bend is the focus of the image.
  • Thames River and the Sarnia Bridge, 1900
    Image       Photo of the Thames River with the Sarnia railway bridge seen in the background. The water is obviously fairly low in this photo. See also "Early St. Marys" by L.W. Wilson and Larry Pfaff (#1).
    Image     Photo of the Thames River with the Sarnia railway bridge seen in the background. The water is obviously fairly low in this photo. See also "Early St. Marys" by L.W. ...
  • Thames River and Sarnia Bridge
    Image       Photo of the Thames River and the Sarnia railway bridge taken around 1905 (before the present dam was put into place).
    Image     Photo of the Thames River and the Sarnia railway bridge taken around 1905 (before the present dam was put into place).
  • View of Stonetown, 1909
    Image       St. Mary's, the Stone Town Copyright Canada 1909 by R.W. Gray
    Image     St. Mary's, the Stone Town Copyright Canada 1909 by R.W. Gray
  • Looking south to Victoria Bridge
    Imagecomment       View looking south toward Victoria Bridge from the west bank of the Thames River. The St. Marys Milling Company, the Opera House, Island Park, the Miller's house and the building that is currently M&M Variety can be seen.
    Imagecomment     View looking south toward Victoria Bridge from the west bank of the Thames River. The St. Marys Milling Company, the Opera House, Island Park, the Miller's house and the building ...
  • Thames River with Sarnia bridge in distance
    Imagecomment       Photo showing the Thames River with the Sarnia railway bridge seen in the distance. Also in the distance in the Grand stand at the Flats (now Milt Dunnell field). This photo was taken before the construction of the current dam around 1900.
    Imagecomment     Photo showing the Thames River with the Sarnia railway bridge seen in the distance. Also in the distance in the Grand stand at the Flats (now Milt Dunnell field). This ...
  • Victoria Bridge
    Imagemysterycomment       Photo of the Victoria (Queen Street) bridge in St. Marys as it appeared at the time. In front, 2 girls wearing dresses and hats can be seen standing on blocks of limestone.
    Imagemysterycomment     Photo of the Victoria (Queen Street) bridge in St. Marys as it appeared at the time. In front, 2 girls wearing dresses and hats can be seen standing on blocks ...
  • Church Street bridge, 1901
    Image       In type: Church Street Bridge, St. Marys, Ont. Handwritten: Xmas cheer for 1901 or 1907. A.E.F.
    Image     In type: Church Street Bridge, St. Marys, Ont. Handwritten: Xmas cheer for 1901 or 1907. A.E.F.
  • Mill Race with Sarnia bridge in background, ca. 1905
    Image       Photo of four men in a canoe on the Thames River. The Sarnia bridge can be seen in the background.
    Image     Photo of four men in a canoe on the Thames River. The Sarnia bridge can be seen in the background.
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